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Aviation Happenings- Summer 2017

On June 12, 2017 by Schnader

The Summer 2017 edition of the Aviation Group’s newsletter examines some of the most recent and relevant case and developments in aviation law, including:

  • Midair Collision Case Produces Eight Figure Judgment Following Trial
  • Supreme Court Strengthens Due Process Constraints on Personal Jurisdiction Set out in Daimler
  • Proposal to Privatize the Air Traffic Control System
  • Air India Not Subject to Suit Arising from Bug-Infested Food
  • Eleventh Circuit Affirms That Air Traffic Controller Not Responsible For In-Flight Breakup
  • Registration to Do Business in New York Insufficient to Support Personal Jurisdiction
  • Pennsylvania Appellate Court Holds No Federal Preemption for Alleged Injury During Boarding
  • New Jersey Federal Court Holds That Admiralty Alone Does Not Create Removal Jurisdiction
  • Ninth Circuit Limits Personal Jurisdiction Over Foreign Parent Corporation
  • FAA Moves to Identify FARs for Repeal or Replacement to Comply with Trump Executive Orders
  • Drone Law Update

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